It’s time for an iced coffee, with milk of course! I always love action shot involving pouring and mixing; so one day it came to my mind for a shot of pouring coffee and milk together.
Here the coffee and milk are poured onto a tipped glass filled with ice cubes. The inconsistent speed of the liquids coming out of the pot and jug making a beautiful capture of the milk, coffee; also when they are already mixed together in the glass.
At least once a year in fall I have to make a pumpkin soup which marks the official end of summer for me. This picture took a bit of preparation as I had to get it right at the first few shots as otherwise, the dish would have been pumpkin seeds with soup rather than a creamy soup with a few bites.
Beautiful and delicately flavoured Lavender and Gooseberry macarons, made using the traditional French meringue method, creating the perfect texture, crisp on the outside and chewy on the inside. Wonderful to photograph and absolutely delicious!
Uisge Beath - “Water of Life”
Celebrating my Scottish ancestry here and NOTHING is more Scottish than Scotch Whisky.
In thinking about what I wanted to create with this image, I listed 3 words that came to mind when I thought of Scotch Whisky: Rich. Bold. Warm. I think I captured those words in this image. I also used the colours of the Scottish Highlands as inspiration for my colour story here.
It’s the season that pumpkin takes over!
It seems that everyone waits on pins and needles at the beginning of the Fall season for when the Pumpkin Spice Latte drops across most coffee brands and bakery shops.
In preparation for this seasonal classic, I put together a shoot creating hero images featuring coffee drinks. Color backgrounds and warm wooden textures help convey the message. I also wanted to use prop elements that brought a different color palette to the classic orange and brown Fall colors. Introducing the purple props makes the image more contrast and adds visual interest.